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Maryland Teacher Faces Drug Possession Charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Teachers have a lot of responsibility. Not only do they help students learn new things about the world around them, but they also must set a good example at all times. Asking a student for prescription drugs because they are curious or have developed a drug addiction is immoral, unethical and also illegal. Prescription… Read More »

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Baltimore Man Indicted for Causing Fentanyl Overdose Death

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Drug possession is a common crime, but that doesn’t make it a minor infraction. Drug crimes, particularly those that involve trafficking, are punished harshly. That’s because drugs are not safe. A person can also face serious penalties when they sell drugs that lead to death. This was the case for a 26-year-old man from… Read More »

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Maryland Man Convicted of Fentanyl Distribution

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Drug crimes are common in Maryland and other parts of the country. Drug trafficking can net huge sums of money, since people are willing to pay top dollar for certain drugs. Some drug rings can net millions of dollars. A man from Anne Arundel County was recently convicted of conspiring to sell fentanyl, among… Read More »

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Maryland Man Arrested on Marijuana Distribution, Kingpin Charges

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Drug charges in Maryland are no laughing matter, as they can lead to serious penalties. Even a conviction involving marijuana can result in thousands of dollars in fines and decades in prison. A Maryland man is facing 20 years in prison for multiple marijuana charges. He is charged with multiple misdemeanor and felony crimes… Read More »

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